Our Adoption Services
A Act of Love Adoptions
We have helped birth parents and adoptive families for over 26 years. We have a loving team ready to guide you on your adoption journey. We also provide the adoption services necessary to make the process easier.
Helping Over 1000 Birth Parents
Free Counseling from Our Team
Testimonials From Birth Parents
Watch Noel's Testomonial
"I would like to thank all of you at Act of Love who helped my son and I through the adoption process. You guys made a difficult decision as painless as I suppose it could be. I know adoption what was in my baby's best interest. You all did a fantastic job helping me pick the right family for her and I'm still excited about their name choice!
J.J Birth Parent
Everyone at Act of Love was very helpful no matter the reason I called or what time of day or night. I was always treated with care and respect. I was given a lot of helpful information on options and receive what I asked for quickly. My coordinator answered me promptly, no matter what time I needed her.
I will forever be grateful to you all. You have done so much. You are all so kind, and we love your energy! My coordinator is an amazing person, I'm so glad we met, she helped me get through it all.
Answers to Common Adoption Questions
Yes you can. A Act of Love offers the utmost confidentially and allows you to obtain information without any obligations. Using a staff like Act of Love that has personal experience with adoptions both professionally and personally will help provide you with the necessary emotional, mental and physical support to make the right decision about your pregnancy.
An open adoption allows you, as a birthparent, to have a relationship or direct contact with the adoptive parents and your child. This type of adoption varies greatly, as it can be minimal communication, or include open contact between families.
A closed adoption was the type of adoption common decades ago. A closed adoption does not share or disclose any identifying information about you to the adoptive parents and you will not have any identifying information about the adoptive family.
A semi-open adoption is a combination of an open and closed adoption. You will typically not have direct contact with the adoptive family or your child, but you can use the adoption agency as an intermediary to pass periodic information, medical history, pictures, etc., along. This type of adoption does not require identifying information to be exchanged, it just allows the option if you or the adoptive family prefers.
If you do not have medical insurance or Medicaid, the adoptive family adopting your baby should cover your pregnancy related medical expenses. The prospective adoptive parents should be responsible to cover the expenses related to your pregnancy and delivery.
At A Act of Love we have many adoptive family profiles we can show you. For some birthparents, selecting an adoptive family is as simple as following their feelings. Whatever birthparents envision for their children is probably the type of adoptive parents they should pursue. If a birthparent prefers urban dwelling, a family living in the big city may make the ideal adoptive parents. If, however, birthparents prefer rural settings with pets, it may be best to consider searching for adoptive parents that fit these profiles.
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